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NFL Monday Night Betting Preview: Saints And Giants Tussle

The New Orleans Saints and New York Giants are following similar tracks this season. The Saints lead the NFC South, while the Giants are currently a half game behind Dallas in the NFC East. The two teams meet tonight in New Orleans in a game that could determine home field advantage later in the playoffs.

The Saints and Giants have won two of the past four Super Bowls. The Giants won their championship while ruing the Patriots shot at a perfect season. New Orleans won their title by beating a Peyton Manning-led Indianapolis Colts team. In each case, the quarterbacks came up big in those games.

Drew Brees has developed into what many believe is a top three quarterback in the NFL. Brees won a championship, and has led his team to many come from behind wins over the past several seasons. Eli Manning is only the third most celebrated Manning in his family, but he does have as many Super Bowl wins as his brother, Peyton.

Tonight's game will feature two offenses that have been known to air it out and put up big points. The betting total for the game is 51.5, and the Saints are favored by 7.5. New Orleans will stay ahead of Atlanta if they win this evening, and a loss would drop the Saints into a first place tie with the Falcons. A loss would also move the Saints into a tie with Chicago, Detroit, the Giants, and the Cowboys, all at 7-4.

The road to the playoffs for each team may be to win their division. With Detroit and Chicago both playing well, it is conceivable that three NFC North teams could make the playoffs this season. With Philadelphia stumbling, and two games left against the Cowboys. the Giants control their own fate in the East.

Coming into tonight's game, it is New Orleans that is riding high, having won two straight. New York, on the other hand, will be attempting to break a two game losing streak, while evening their conference record at 4-4. The Saints come into the game with a record against NFC opponents of 4-3.

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